So an ad was banned from the viewing pleasure of those residing in the U.S. Interesting the things that slip through the cracks but then things that people decide to all of a sudden take seriously. If only they hadn't shown Eve Mendes' portion of her boob that shall remain nameless. Europeans don't seem to have an issue with it as it is still airing there. One would question if we are just that afraid of naked body or the sexual nature of the ad, however then how would you defend other such ads that remain in view for all to see. Food for thought.
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Sunday, October 26, 2008
Saturday, October 4, 2008
Don't really have much to say on this. It seems Levi's is sending a disturbing message regarding that of the male member? To me it really isn't even that funny, I fail to see why this of all things would entice consumers to wear these. The ad is meant to be sent in an e-mail, much like a greeting card and its recipient is greeted by the beast that has been unleashed from the 501 jeans. Disturbing.